The illustrious event was glorified by the presence of Brigadier R.V. Jatar (Retd.) who led the flag hoisting proceedings
PUNE: To commemorate 75 years of Independence, the Indian National Flag was hoisted at the highest residential point of Pune on the morning of 15th August 2022. The flag hoisting was preceded by Brigadier R.V. Jatar (Retd.) a war veteran revered for his bravery, inspiration, and heroics during the Sino-Indian conflict of 1962 and the India-Pakistan war of 1971.
This memorial celebration took place atop The Ark – Voyage to the Stars, which is one of the tallest residential buildings in the city and is located in NIBM. The ceremony was attended by the residents of The Ark – Voyage to the Stars and the employees of Tribeca and Acropolis.
Speaking on this historic moment, Kalpesh Mehta, founder of Tribeca Developers said,
‘It’s an extremely proud moment for us to host India’s 75th Independence Day celebrations at The Ark rooftop. The residents of the Ark have always shown fantastic support to the project making it one of the most desirable places to live in Pune. And these kinds of extraordinary touchpoints keep adding value to the project.’
Adding to the glory, Ashit Sanghavi, Managing Director of Acropolis Developers said, ‘Today, we’ve crossed an important milestone. Building the Ark into a customer-centric project took countless hours of work and I’m glad that everyone on the team put in the effort. Hoisting the national flag at the highest residential point of Pune which happens to be at The Ark rooftop, is a moment we’re very proud of.’
Brigadier M.J. Kumar, ex-commandment of the Bombay Sappers, who leads Strategy and Operations at Tribeca Developers was also present at the flag hoisting ceremony at The Ark rooftop. He added, ‘It’s a highly emotional moment for me personally and professionally. Having served the nation for more than 30 years, Independence Day is a very special occasion for all Indians. To be able to celebrate this historic event at the highest residential point of Pune speaks immensely about the credibility of Tribeca and Acropolis.’